Morgan Spurlock is planning a four-day, pop-up restaurant called “Holy Chicken!” beginning Saturday. He picked Columbus because it’s known for its role as a national test market.
“It’s a way to provide pie for a variety of people — people who are hungry or people who have never been to our pie shop before,” said Ludwinski, whose specialties include Salted Maple and Cranberry Crumble.
“She wondered if we had any other siblings, and, funny enough, we did,” Lucas said, smiling.
“A lot of people were scared when we did move that it was just going to completely change,” she said. “But we had a great thing going — why change it when it works?”
Arby’s has announced that it will be offering venison sandwiches this fall in six states where deer hunting is popular. The Atlanta-based chain says its sandwich will include thick-cut venison steak and crispy onions on a roll.
The Denver-based company says the Tasty Made restaurant will serve only burgers, fries, milkshakes and sodas
The burrito chain said Tuesday that sales fell 21.9 percent at established restaurants during the third quarter, worse than the 18.3 percent drop Wall Street analysts expected, according to FactSet. It’s the fourth straight quarter of sales declines for the company after an E. coli outbreak last year sickened some customers.
The fast food chain has named Lindor its “Taco Hero” because the swipe has kicked in Taco Bell’s “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco” promotion.
McDonald’s Corp. said Tuesday that it is being “thoughtful in respect to Ronald McDonald’s participation in community events” as a result of the “current climate around clown sightings in communities.” The company did not provide any other details about how often its red-haired mascot makes appearances, and how that will change.